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Crew Dispatch for Commercial and Technical Services in an Electric Power Distribution Company Using ACO Technique

Paulo H. Baumann, Tiago Milagres Miranda, Fabio Romero, Dário Takahata, Alden Uehara Antunes, João Castilho Neto, Leonardo H. T. Ferreira Neto, Ângelo C. Lorenzo Alves, Luísa Morais Azevedo and Sérgio L. P. de Castro Valinho
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Paulo H. Baumann: Daimon Engineering & Systems, Sao Paulo Brazil
Tiago Milagres Miranda: Daimon Engineering & Systems, Sao Paulo Brazil
Fabio Romero: Daimon Engineering & Systems, Sao Paulo Brazil
Dário Takahata: Daimon Engineering & Systems, Sao Paulo Brazil
Alden Uehara Antunes: Daimon Engineering & Systems, Sao Paulo Brazil
João Castilho Neto: Daimon Engineering & Systems, Sao Paulo Brazil
Leonardo H. T. Ferreira Neto: Daimon Engineering & Systems, Sao Paulo Brazil
Ângelo C. Lorenzo Alves: CEMAR – Centrais Elétricas do Maranhão, São Luís Brazil
Luísa Morais Azevedo: CEMAR – Centrais Elétricas do Maranhão, São Luís Brazil
Sérgio L. P. de Castro Valinho: CEMAR – Centrais Elétricas do Maranhão, São Luís Brazil

Asian Engineering Review, 2016, vol. 3, issue 3, 17-23

Abstract: Uniform and thin polyaniline/carbon nanofiber (PANi/CNF) hybrid nanofibers has been prepared using electrospinning method. Three polymer solutions with different components were examined for synthesis of PANi/CNF electrospun nanofibers. The SEM technique and FT-IR analysis were used to characterize the hybrid nanofibers. Effects of process parameters and used materials on the morphology and diameter of PANi/CNF hybrid nanofibers were experimentally studied in the each of polymer solutions. The resulting nanofibers obtained from the polymer solution containing commercial PANi with combination of dichloroacetic acid (DCAA) and 2-acrylamido-2-methyl-1-propane sulfonic acid (AMPSA) were more uniform and thinner than prepared fibers from other polymer solutions. The average diameter of synthesized hybrid nanofibres using the polymer solution containing AMPSA/DCAA was about 100 nm.

Keywords: Ant colony optimization; Crew dispatch; Power distribution; Power system management; Real-time systems; Service assistance (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2016
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